Atalanta’s Ruslan Malinovskyi drops Tottenham transfer hint on Twitter
Ruslan Malinovskyi is on the radar of Tottenham Hotspur this summer and the Atalanta star has dropped a transfer hint on Twitter by liking Spurs’ official account’s tweet related to Harry Kane scoring his 250th goal for the club.
According to the Express, who cite a tweet by Spurs Web, this can be taken as a hint over his potential future destination. The 29-year-old could leave Atalanta this summer with interest from both Spurs and Olympique de Marseille.
It remains to be seen if the Ukraine international joins Antonio Conte’s side this season. Spurs have already signed Yves Bissouma from Brighton & Hove Albion but an additional midfielder won’t do us any harm.
That is especially the case after Giovani Lo Celso and Tanguy Ndombele left the club on season-long loan deals for Villarreal and Napoli respectively. We can use extra legs in that region.
Plus, Malnovskyi has played in Serie A for a while and would have caught Fabio Paratici and Antonio Conte’s eyes given the duo’s links in Italian football. He can also play as a number 10 as well as down the middle of the attack.
Spurs already signed two players on initial loan deals from La Dea last summer when goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini and Cristian Romero made the switch to England. The latter stood the test of time and is here for the current season as well.
Can Malinovskyi join that list? He is certainly good enough to be a player at Spurs. He is a regular for Atalanta and the Ukraine national team and still has a number of years left as a player, given that he is 29 years old.
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This is a transfer to keep an eye on. Hopefully, Spurs are wise to capitalise on the situation surrounding the former KRC Genk star and bring him to N17.